The sixteenth of every month
Wednesday marked 44 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was
Security and garden dwarfs
As the economy re-opens, and a general election looms
That sense of resignation
The temperature climbed to 27 degrees this Sunday in
The Costanza defence
Anglu Farrugia: serial verbicidal maniac or humanity’s last hope
Keep your enemies close
With a government in office threatening to outdo the
Political responsibility is the new serenity
‘Political responsibility’ is the latest buzzword to capture the
We are not OK
It is enough to drive you insane. That feeling
Malta’s gullible rabble
“Truly, whoever can make you believe absurdities can make
Unity: the new opiate of the people
The news that President George Vella has announced a
Killed for chasing the truth
A social media effort is afoot, spontaneous or orchestrated,
The politics of anger 
Maybe Aristotle was the first philosopher to say that,
Si yo fuera Maradona (If I were Maradona)
I learnt this week of an interview given by
Standard deviation
There was a time I would speak of a
No lesson left unlearnt
I am told that the first September storms visited
The loyalty of crooks
Vouchers. Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia is convinced that rather
The Importance of Being Bernard
Barring any last-minute surprises, the race for nationalist party
Robert Trump: The politics of the absurd
Here is something to think about: there were less
Masks, lies and gifts
Prime Minister Robert Abela chose to wear a mask
Show us a better way
“Now, class. Sit up straight, pay attention. Today is
Labour’s moral compass
At 5am this morning, Evarist Bartolo uploaded another post
Egrant: ‘The most expensive cover up in Malta’s political history’
You won a difficult battle in court and gave
Twitter ban: ‘Political advertising isn’t about free expression’
Twitter has announced that it will no longer accept
Ending the siege mentality
One of the dominant ways in which we think
Politics in Malta: doing favours, winning friends
The late Labour Party strongman, and former Prime Minister
A darkening horizon
Liberal critics of the current state of Maltese politics
Politics of angry triumphalism
Should you today pay brief attention (I’d recommend it)
Dangerous liaisons and the news
A new Reformation is underway in Europe and North
The other party crisis
The meaning of every crisis borrows from others looming
Public roles and private rants
In an ideal world, you can say whatever you
Mintoff ‘is-Salvatur’ and Joseph ‘il-King’: Political cults and democracy
You would think the Maltese would be more adept